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5 Drunken Rabbits (The Five Rabbits)

 
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201 Pasir Ris Road Singapore 519147
 
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Listing created by Celeste Tan on January 09, 2016    

5 Drunken Rabbits is a casual bistro and bar located in Pasir Ris Park. Open in April 2012, they offer western cuisine and indoor and al-fresco dining options. Their indoor dining area is also used as an event space.

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Opening Hours:
Mon to Fri, PB Eve: 330pm - 2am Sat to Sun & PB: 1130am - 2am
Avg Price:
$10-$20


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a quaint, quiet bistro

Tucked away near the end of Pasir Ris Park, 5 Drunken Rabbits Bistro & Bar (also know as The Five Rabbits) is a newly opened Bistro & Bar that offers an extensive range of western cuisine. 5 Drunken Rabbits is one of the few dog-friendly restaurants in Singapore, plus it’s super convenient and has an entire parking lot to itself. My family goes there for dinner occasionally, dog-in-tow.

There’s a lovely sea-breeze and nature all around, which would have made for a wonderful ambience if not for their blasting loud music in the restaurant. Avoid the table near the speakers at all costs. There’s a choice of both indoor and al-fresco dining, but the outdoors gets plenty of breeze so you won’t have to worry about being too hot. The food is pretty decent, and personally I find the portions a little small for the price. We always order at least one pizza, all of which have thin, floury crusts and generous filling. I strongly recommend not having the Luncheon Fries ($8) which are awfully greasy and hard to stomach. The desserts are all quite good, especially the Classical Chocolate ($8.80) which is rich and bittersweet.

I wish the quality and standard of their dishes were more consistent, and the dishes are a bit too expensive in my opinion. It’s not bad, but nothing to go crazy about.

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